Job: Refugee New Arrivals Project Worker

14–21 hours per week(negotiable) over 3 – 4 months, to start as soon as possible.

Salary: £21,937 – £25,940 pro rata

Closing date: 5pm on Thursday 13th November

We are looking for an experienced IAG/Careers Advisor (preferably qualified to NVQ3; ideally to NVQ4), to help refugees and asylum-seekers into employment, education, training and volunteering in Sheffield, Barnsley and Rotherham.

Secondments considered (prior agreement required from employer).

Applicants need to send a CV and a supporting letter (maximum 2 pages).

The letter must:

  • say why you think you are suitable for this post and why you are interested in applying

  • demonstrate, with practical examples, how you think you meet criteria numbers 1,2, 9, 10 and 11 in the Person Specification (questions may be asked in interview with respect to the other criteria listed in the Person Specification)

  • say when you would be available to start, for how many hours and the duration of time you are available for

The CV must:

  • give daytime and evening telephone contact details, including mobile if applicable

  • give the names, contact details including telephone numbers of referees (at least one of whom should be your current or most recent employer)

Email applications to: or by post to:

Refugee New Arrivals Project,
Scotia Works,
Leadmill Road,
S1 4SE,

to arrive no later than 5pm on Thursday 13th November.

Interviews will be on Thursday 20th November

for full details, download the documents (MS Word) below:

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